[PD] pd~ not helping, any hints?

IOhannes m zmoelnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Thu Dec 1 19:21:35 CET 2011

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On 2011-12-01 19:06, Alexandre Torres Porres wrote:
> In other words, the clocks are in sinc. So if one stops, the other waits.
> is that it???

yes, that is the purpose and strength of [pd~].

miller did a paper/presentation on that topic at the 3rd Pd~convention
in Sao Paolo; in case you have missed it there'you can download the
paper at [1]

> If so... no way around to change this with [pd~], right?

no, not if yuo don't want to defeat the purpose of [pd~].

> But would it be possible to review this and maybe allow it for future
> versions?

no, not if yuo don't want to defeat the purpose of [pd~].

> So then, how is it possible to have a separate process, in a separate core,
> with an independent clock?

by using a mechanism that is not synchronous.

> - Use separate computers? - Just open another actual Pd and send messages
> to it via net objects?

yes; the latter seems to be the most feasible in this context.


[1] http://puredata.info/community/projects/convention09/puckette.pdf
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